John Clayton's First and 10: With a week to prepare, will defenses be able to rein in the scoring a bit in Week 2?
The NFL is mulling the end of the unfair "tuck rule," and running backs are pushing back at another proposed change, writes John Clayton.
The new CBA calls for less offseason practice time, and coaches are doing their best to adjust, John Clayton writes.
From no Manning in Indy to no-huddle in Green Bay, teams will make many adjustments in Week 1, writes John Clayton.
The Cowboys usually struggle in late-season meetings with Philadelphia, but Jerry Jones' team brings momentum and confidence into Sunday's battle for NFC East supremacy, writes John Clayton.
On Monday, in a surprise move, the New England Patriots, according to a source, released veteran linebacker Tully Banta-Cain, a 2003 seventh-round pick whom the Patriots brought in during the off-season.
NFL competition committee co-chairman Rich McKay, speaking on a national conference call, said there will be no adjustment to the current overtime rules.
Instead of trying to shut down Peyton Manning, the Patriots intend to outscore the Colts' QB in Sunday's showdown, writes John Clayton.
Thanks to halftime tweaks made by Ron Rivera in Week 6, the Bears' defense was able to find its comfort zone, writes John Clayton.
NFC North foes Green Bay and Minnesota stand to be big winners when free agency finally gets under way, writes John Clayton.
Teams know the importance of winning on the ground. But that might not be reflected in the stats as aggressive defenses gear up to stop the run.
Junior Seau made an adjustment in his contract that may help facilitate a trade later this week with the Miami Dolphins.
The Jets' adjustment to Rich Gannon's tendencies in Week 13 could bode well for New York on Sunday.